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How to Plan Your Visit to Scarborough Town Centre

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The health and safety of our customers, employees at Scarborough Town Centre and our community is our highest priority. If you’re planning to visit us soon, please read our safety guidelines for how we are dedicated to keeping you safe.


Plan Your Route 

We recommend looking at our Store Directory and viewing the stores you wish to visit to learn more about their modified hours of operation.

If you’re looking for specific items, pre-plan your route before heading out.

Write a list of the places you need to visit and the order you want to visit them. Create a checklist that includes everything you need to pick up.

Directions:

  • STC is located in the east end of Toronto, directly off of HWY. 401, between McCowan Road and Brimley Road.
  • The Centre is accessed by GO Transit, Voyageur, Greyhound and the T.T.C., including the L.R.T.

For more information on directions, please visit this link.

See the closest entrance to your desired store by using our centre map.

If you have any questions prior to your visit, text us at: 416-296-0296 to assist you with the closest entrance and path to your desired store.


Safety First: The Essentials

Effective July 7, 2020, all persons entering or remaining at Scarborough Town Centre shall wear a mask or face covering which covers the nose, mouth and chin as required under the City of Toronto By-Law 541-2020.

If you have one at hand, make sure to wear one before you head out the door. If you don’t have access to one, you can make your own non-medical mask or facial covering at home using budget-friendly materials like a bandana, scarf, hair ties, and scrunchies.

You may purchase masks at Old Navy, Reitman’s, Quick Stitch, and Hudson’s Bay among more, for a full list, visit this page.

During your visit, there will he hand sanitizers available throughout the shopping centre. You can also purchase your own from the following stores: Walmart, Real Canadian Super Store and Shoppers Drug Mart. Another alternative is to make your own hand sanitizer at home using ingredients such as isopropyl alcohol (also known as rubbing alcohol) and aloe vera. A hand sanitizer must have an alcohol concentration of at least 60 per cent, as approved by Health Canada, to be effective.  Pick up these ingredients here: Walmart, Real Canadian Super Store and Shoppers Drug Mart.


Curbside Pick-up & Delivery

Alternatively, browse through our ShopNOW tool on our website, for beauty, tech, and home decor items to have them directly shipped to your home.

You can also pickup your online or telephone orders curbside from participating retailers or restaurants – visit this link for more information on Curbside Pickup.


Being prepared is the key to a safe and successful visit. Check back on our website for ongoing updates and store information.